Juvenile Probation Officer/Caseworker Exam offered online

The Michigan Judicial Institute and will conduct the Juvenile Probation Officer/Caseworker Certification Examination on Thursday, August 1.

Michigan Supreme Court Administrative Order 1985-5 requires a juvenile [court] probation officer/caseworker to complete the Michigan Judicial Institute (MJI) certification training within two years of employment.

The examination is based upon information in the MJI Juvenile Probation Officer/Caseworker Self-Instructional Manual.

The exam is now a computer-based application, however, applicants must still pre-register to take the exam for only one time slot: 9 a.m. to noon or 1 to 4 p.m.

Closer to the exam date, applicants will receive additional information regarding accessing the State Court Administrative Office Learning Management System where the exam is housed.

To register for the online exam, visit https://mjieducation.mi.gov and scroll down to “upcoming MJI events.” The registration deadline is Thursday, July 25.